How to relax a Christmas tree. It has been unwrapped now for two days and the limbs aren't relaxing much into a tree shape. It looks like it is preparing for re-entry rather than lights and decorations.
What do we do? [more inside]
posted by leafwoman
on Dec 8, 2012 -
I want a Christmas tree, but I am moving overseas in the new year and DO NOT NEED MORE STUFF. What can I make that is a) festive, b) disposable and c) close to free? (I'd prefer not to contribute a huge pile o'plastic to Boxing Day landfill either)
posted by superfish
on Nov 23, 2012 -
I've always wanted to cut my own Christmas tree....on public land. Legally. How do I find out whether and where I can do this? [more inside]
posted by Miko
on Nov 11, 2010 -
What's the best way to string a tree with Christmas lights? Oh yeah, it's out in the middle of nowhere. [more inside]
posted by niles
on Oct 11, 2010 -
I am looking to wrap a 12' dogwood's trunk and branches to get an effect similar to this
. But if a max of 3 strands of 100 mini lights connected end to end is the recommendation for safety, how would I configure it?
posted by hlkljgk
on Dec 3, 2008 -
I need some of those plastic candy/gumdrop Christmas trees. Does anyone know where I can get them in quantity? (more after the jump) [more inside]
posted by TheOtherWay
on Oct 4, 2006 -
Where can I buy a Christmas tree in Boston? I moved to Boston in August and live in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood. In every other city I've lived in, there were Christmas Tree stands all over the place. So far, I've seen none. I want to buy a live tree, but where do I go? So far, all I've seen are the cut-your-own places far out of town. Any ideas?
posted by abbyladybug
on Dec 3, 2005 -